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I am trying to backup my photos onto disc but get error e/drive not accesable when opening the drive

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Check whether the cd driver is working properly,check status of the disk is good,insert other disc and check hether it is accessable, only possible way you can take backup of your photo is .you have to burn the photo files using the nero burner software.

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